It was a bad decision by Dwight Anderson, to say the least. I will assume he didn't INTEND to injure Stoddard, because I don't know.
As to bomberfan:
Here's the deal -- you're biased in that the infraction took place against your team. I'm sure all these Ti-Cat fans would feel the same way if it was theirs. Perhaps they don't realize the severity of the hit or what it could have done to Jamie (namely it could have killed/crippled him).
A lot of the fans around me were cheering, not because of the injury to Stoddard, but because they didn't feel it was warranted to throw out Anderson.
The two of which are completely different reasons.
As for the whistle, that's a matter of opinion and perspective, now isn't it? So why argue that? Why not just argue that the suplex should NEVER be used in football?
That would be a more valid point of debate in my opinion.